Use a basic recipe for homemade clay using whole wheat flour, salt and water. Used a cookie cutter to form a small oval shape. Then, press the shells into the oval shaped clay forms and create little keepsakes. Create a small hole in the top by pressing a straw through the clay. Finally, dry them in the toaster oven at 250 degrees until they hardened.
Cooking with a Toaster Oven: 5 Visual Recipes for Special Education
I typically line kids up by calling girls first then boys, or vice versa, just to avoid a stampede. A few times, I’ve had a volunteer parent or newbie substitute … or one time a middle school teacher… call my class to “line up!” All I could do at that point was get out of the way. Not that I’m making fun, but when it happens, that’s my entertainment for